Posted by David R Inman on September 27, 2012 at 12:59:04 from (220.127.116.11):
Talked to my dad again to day, and he thinks he"ll try to flush the block out (who knows when he"ll do so, as he has plenty of other tractors to use) but he got to looking at the carb today whale we were talking, and realized it looks like it"s got a wd45 carb. Could that cause the over heating, and if so is it possible to Adjust so it won"t over heat, or do we need to look at our spare carbs and see if we have a WD carb?
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